ayor's Court, Sept. 22.
--Jno. A. Whitman, a mere lad, appeared before his Honor, charged with forgery of the name of J. R. Hughes to a $1 State Treasury note.
The accused is in the employ of Hoyer & Ludwig, at whose establishment these notes are printed.
Mr. Hughes was sworn and pronounced the signature a forgery.
The attempt to pass the note was proved by some children, but as evidence confirmatory of that of the children was desired, the case was continued until Tuesday.
Pierce Rowland was charged with cutting and stabbing John Booth.
Booth being unable to appear on account of his wounds, the case was continued until Thursday.
Victor Fowin, charged with stealing $800 from Anthony Brindle, was remanded to appear before the Grand Jury.
Aaron Jones, for associating with negroes and striking an officer, was held to bail to answer an indictment.
Anderson, a negro employed at Mrs. Bowman's boarding-house, charged with stealing a pocket book containing $891, w